SESIn most cases, marriage is doomed to failure.Thu Feb 10, 2011 7:05am184.108.40.206How many people, when they're in their 20's, can REALLY choose someone that they can be happy with for the next 60 years?
The chances of doing that are miniscule.
The number of people who are TRULY happy in their marriage for 50 or 60 years is infinitesimal.
Most people who stay married do it because of the children, or because they're "content" (not happy), or because they're supposed to, or because they feel obligated to, or because it's easier than going through the changes that a Divorce brings, or because they're more concerned with what "people will think".
Heck I couldn't pick a CAR when I was in my 20's that I liked for more than 2 or 3 years. lol
- So You're Saying That Marriage Can Be A Failure, Too... Uru Hammer, Thu Feb 10 6:58amI think you hit on the central idea. Does the thing have a positive impact? Then it is a success. A negative impact? A failure. This works for marriage and divorce. Uru
- In most cases, marriage is doomed to failure. SES, Thu Feb 10 7:05am
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